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Located 31 miles east of San Francisco, the Concord area grew grapes, walnuts, wheat, hay, and tomatoes. To the east was the site of some large wheat ranches (over 5,000 acres). During Prohibition, walnut orchards replaced many vineyards. In the northeast section, there is an older residential area of homes dating back to before World War II, whereas, the southeastern area's homes were mostly developed in the 1960s and 1970s.

Population: 121780
Local Newspapers: Contra Costa Times
Local Sports Teams: Oakland Athletics (MLB) Oakland Raiders (NFL) Golden State Warriors (NBA)
Local Colleges: California State University

Zip Codes associated with concord, california: 94518 94519 94520 94521 94523
Towns/Cities near concord, california : Pacheco San Vicente Dana Estates Pleasant Hill Clayton Clyde

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Concord to ban foam takeout food containers

Polystyrene, which is not biodegradable, breaks up into smaller pieces that may contaminate soil and water. Furthermore, the plastic material is harmful to birds and marine life if consumed.

Clayton Police Weekly Activity Report

Regency Dr. Disorderly Conduct: Alcohol. A 52-year-old Clayton male was arrested after being contacted by officers.

Phew! / Power use soars -- California barely dodges rolling...

In the scorched outposts of the Central Valley, they have a name for this blistering weather -- they call it summer. But around here we don't do hot.

Concord family sues kennel where their dog was mauled

A Concord couple has sued the owners of a kennel in unincorporated Walnut Creek after their mixed-breed dog was seriously injured during a weekend stay there, allegedly having been attacked by another dog. The suit, filed Friday in Contra Costa Superior Court by Alan and Elizabeth Iannaconne, alleges that neither the owners of North Gate Kennels and Cattery nor kennel employees have ever contacted them since a Dec. 31 phone call telling them their dog Shadow had been injured, apparently in a fight with another dog being boarded at the kennel.

Out with the old, in with . . . / Elderly woman, ailing son...

In a case that show the dearth of senior housing in Contra Costa County, a Pleasant HIll senior housing complex is evicting 90 year old Thelma Flynn from her apartment which she has lived in for the past 21 years. she broke her ankle last summer and had her 55 year old son come in to help her back to health, breaking the apartment rules.

Millions of dollars in changes in store for Richmond Bridge, but is it money well spent?

Even on its best day, the Richmond-San Rafael Bridge is no basket of fruit. Unlike its Bay Area brethren - the icons with their pleasing arcs and majestic towers, and even the more utilitarian structures with their uncomplicated designs - the crossing named for John F. McCarthy is 5.5 miles of hard labor.

Justin-Siena principal resigns suddenly

Christopher Brady had previously served as principal for more than a decade at both San Francisco's Sacred Heart Cathedral Preparatory and De La Salle High School in Concord. He vacated his post as Chaplain of Athletics at Saint Mary's College to take the position at Justin-Siena.

Snow expected for Bay Area mountaintops Friday, up to two feet in

Concord resident, Shane White, plays around on his snowboard after the top of Mount Diablo State Park was blanketed with snow on February 19, 2013 in Clayton, Calif. Concord resident, Shane White, plays around on his snowboard after the top of Mount Diablo State Park was blanketed with snow on February 19, 2013 in Clayton, Calif.

California schools: Painful cuts around the corner, despite windfall

Despite an unexpected $3 billion infusion in K-12 revenue for the coming school year, schools throughout the state are honing their electronic blue pencils to slash budgets. Gov. Jerry Brown's proposal to boost school funding to $56.7 billion "is not likely to be enough to mitigate any of the other crises districts are facing," said Mary Ann Dewan, interim superintendent of the Santa Clara County Office of Education.

East Bay Wrestler Paralyzed From the Neck Down

A wrestler from College Park High School in Concord is reportedly paralyzed from the neck down after he suffered an injury while competing in a meet last week, according to a report and GoFundMe campaign. Ryan Joseph, a 16-year-old sophomore at the East Bay school, was reportedly wrestling in a junior varsity match when he suffered a spinal cord injury, leaving him paralyzed and unable to breathe on his own, according to a GoFundMe account set up in his name.

Pittsburg Woman Arrested For Dui After Collision That...

California Highway Patrol officials arrested a Pittsburg woman on suspicion of driving under the influence after she caused a collision that seriously injured a CHP motorcycle officer Monday evening on state Highway 4 in Concord. At 6:15 p.m., CHP Officer Lendway was assisting motorists in two vehicles that were involved in a non-injury collision on eastbound Highway 4 at Port Chicago Highway, CHP officials said.

CHP: Woman arrested for felony DUI after officer seriously hurt in crash on Hwy 4

A woman is arrested on suspicion of felony DUI after a CHP officer was injured while responding to a car crash Monday in Concord, according to California Highway Patrol. Around 6:15 p.m., a motorcycle officer from Contra Costa CHP was responding to a non-injury crash involving two cars on Highway 4 at Port Chicago Highway.

Pittsburg woman arrested for felony DUI, injuring CHP officer in

A CHP officer was in the hospital with major, but non-life-threatening injuries, after an impaired driver rammed into a car that catapulted toward him and pinned him to the ground in Concord, authorities said. A CHP officer was in the hospital with major, but non-life-threatening injuries, after an impaired driver rammed into a car that catapulted toward him and pinned him to the ground in Concord, authorities said.

Remembering De La Salle's fallen heroes

People gather outside the quad before a ceremony and unveiling of a granite memorial dedicated to two De La Salle High School alums killed in action, Army Capt. John L. Hallett III, and Senior Airman Jonathan "Jake" Antonio Vega Yelner, at the high school in Concord, Calif., on Tuesday, Jan. 9, 2018.

Curtain Calls by Sally Hogarty: Shellies award outstanding local theater

This past weekend marked a special time for those involved with theater in Contra Costa County - the 39th annual Shellie Awards given for outstanding achievement in the arts. This year, eight companies competed for the prized statuettes.

CHP Officer Suffers Major Injuries During Collision on Hwy.4 in Concord

At least two lanes of state Highway 4 in Concord have been closed due to a collision involving a CHP officer, according to the California Highway Patrol.

Councilmembers To Be Elected By District Instead Of At Large

Residents of Concord will now vote for city councilmembers by district rather than at large and can go to a series of meetings starting Tuesday to give input on the process, city officials said. Earlier this month, the City Council voted to make the change, which means residents of a district will elect their councilmember from their district rather than all residents electing all five councilmembers.

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